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W D 'SltAY, rtEL. 14; 1940

THE M111CHIG A f kIL

Doherty's First Team Wins Triangular Meet With 79

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Track Squad
Smashes Five
Meet Records
Canham Betters Big Ten
Mark; Schwarzkopf
Wins Two-Mile Race
(Continued from Page 1)
out Stan Kelley in the high hurdles
by the thickness of one of his almost-
white hairs, and set up a new meet
standard of 8.1 seconds in doing so,
just .1 second off the Field House
mark. Jeff Hall, Wolverine junior,
took fourth in an event in which he
is beginning to show considerable
promise.
The other record went to Big Bob
Hook who added over a foot to the
old mark in the shot put with a heave
of 45 feet, 11 and 1/8 inches. Tommy
Lawton, who continues to improve
almost daily, was second, less than
six inches behind his teammate.
Michigan's sophomores showed to
good advantage, only one of those
who competed failing to gather a
point. Charlie Decker led the new
men by tying for first place in the
pole vault with senior Dave Cushing
at 12 feet, 8 inches. Decker looked
very strong, as he cleared the bar
with inches to spare. Roaring up
from the rear, sophomore Johnny
Kautz came home third in the half
mile, and might have taken second
had the race been a few yards longer,
but it would have made no difference
in the score for Tommy Jester and
Dye Hogan finished one-two, Jester's
time being 1:58.5.
Smith Wins Dash
Al Smith opened the evening in the
right fashion, as far as Michigan fans
were concerned, finishing ahead of
Walter Arrington of State, Dave Con-
way of Normal, and Wolverine Carl
Culver in that order in the 60-yard
dash. Smitty didn't really extend
himself to win in 6.4 seconds.
The mile run was the hardest fought
race of the evening, Ed Barrett lead-
ing Capt. Roy Fehr of. State to the
tape by about five yards, with Jack
Dobson third and Brad Heyl fourth.
Dobson grabbed the lead for the first
couple laps, Brezezinski of Normal
and 'Fehr led till the last lap when
Barrett put on a drive that pulled hirpe
easily into first place. The time was
fairly good-4:21.8.
Kelley Has Busy Night
Loquacious Stan Kelley did himself
proud last night. In addition to push-
ing Hlad to a new record in the high
hurdles, Stan added a clear-cut win
over teammate Jeff Hall in the lows,
tying the meet mark, and came back
in the' following race to run a fine
third leg on the mile relay team.
The relay brought together the 1
three sophomore sensations of last
year, Warren Breidenbach, Phil Bal-
yeat, and Jack Leutritz. While
Breidenbach has been running well,
Balyeat has been hurt three times
this year, and is still bothered by aft

Wtolver ine Ia sittijan BIreaks Tape

IN THIS
CORNER
By Mel Fineberg
The Bubble Burst --.
Over the weekend, while most of us
were recovering from concusions aris-
ing from either exams, final grades
or social events, the basketball team
was suffering some not-so-slight bits
of embarrassment on its own hook.
Successive beatings from Northwes-
tern and Indiana finally burst the
Michigan bubble.
At the risk of being criticized for
exploiting ex post facto reasoning
we'll venture that there's nothing so
surprising about the pair of beat-
ings. No, it's not surprising that the
cagers were beaten because this five
was a unique one, a team riding the
crest of a psychological wave. The
wave reached the whitecap stage, not
so much against* the Wildcats as
against Indiana, and the result was
the wash-up on the Conference
shores.
The squad this year faced the
biggest handicap a basketball
club can face-a lack of height.
And basketball is one sport where
a good little team can't beat a
good big team-unless something
startling and amazing is present.
But for a while it appeared as
though this te*n had some-
thing startling and amazing. The
something was a feeling that
every point it got was that much
gravy and that maybe it might
get some more.
That much was apparent from the
beginning of the season. Every time
someone scored a basket the entire
team was elated and that elation
generated more enthusiasm and
spirt. The club was carried along
by that spirit-the spirit that mani-

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-Daily Photo by Bogle
Al Smith, Michigan's senior dashman, is shown beating Walter
Arrington of Michigan State and Dave Conway of Michigan Normal
to the tape in the 60-yard dash at last night's triangular meet in
the Field House. Carl Culver of Michigan was fourth in the race,
Smith's winning time was 6.4 seconds. The Wolverines making
their season's debut, won the meet with 79 points. The Spartans
rolled un 29% while Michigan Normal scored 21%-.

Summaries Of
Mile Run-Won by Barrett, Mich.;
second, Fehr, Mich. State; third,
Dobson, Mich.; fourth, heyl, Mich.
Time: 4:21.8.
60-Yard Dash-Won by 'Smith,
Mich.; second, Arrington, Mich.
State; third, Conway, Mich. Normal;
fourth, Carl Culver, Mich. Time:
:06.4.
Shot Put-Won by Hook, Mich.,
second, Lawton, Mich.; third, Bruck-
ner, Mich. State; fourth, Smiley,
Mich. State. Distance 45 feet 11 7a
inches. (New meet record. Former
record of 44 feet 9 e inches set by
Rockwell, Mich. Normal, 1934).
440 Yard Run-Won by Breiden-
bach, Mich.; second, Gildenstein,
Mich. Normal;,'third, Barnard, Mich.;
fourth, Clark, Mich. Normal. Time :
:50.1. (New meet record. Former
record of :51.1 set by Birleson, Mich.
1935).
High Jump-Won by Canhan,
Mich.; second, Arrington, Mich.
State; third, Cooperman, Mich. Nor-
mal; fourth, Feely, Mich. Height 6.
ft. 6/8 in. set by Ward, Mich. 1934.
Former Field House record of 6 ft.,
5%/8 in. set by Albritton, Ohio State,
1937).
bad foot, so he was hardly ready to
run, having been training seriously-
only for about a week. Leutritz was-'
n't even in school first semester, but
a week's practice enabled him to
hand Balyeat a five yard lead on the
irst exchange of the batons.

Varsity's Romp
65 Yard High Hurdles: Won by
Hlad, Mich. Normal; second, Kelley,
Mich.; third, Paris, Mich. Normal;
fourth, Hall, Mich. Time :08.1. (New
meet record. Former record of :08.2
set by Ward, Mich. 1934).
Two Mile Run-Won by Schwarz-
kopf, Mich.; second, Frey, Mich.
State; third, Quinn, Mich. Normal;
fourth, Ackerman, Mich. Time:
9:27.1.--
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Sts Scoring Record Cag1ers' Title C41
Upon Several
By CHRIS VIZAS
.3Whatever chance Michigan has left
for capturing the Big Ten basket-
ball title rests on the outcome of
several "long shot ifs," and they are
: very long.
First of all the squad will have to
get back into top condition before
s'* next Monday night when it tangles
3" with league leading Purdue, and this
means that Capt. Jim Rae's ankle,
which he injured in the Northwes-
tern game, will have to be better than
... the "just fair" condition that it's in
now, and forward Charlie' Pink's
badly injured ankle will have to do
some fancy healing within the next
few days.
Pink suffered his mishap in the
j ' disastrous shellacking the Wolver-
ines took from Indiana this past
{.: y Monday night, and he may not be
able to start against Chicago's cel-
lar champions this Saturday.
Herrman Out For Season
In addition Bill Herrman, one of
the better reserve forwards, is defi-
nitely lost to the team for the rest
- of the season. Hermann received a
serious leg injury between semesters,
-"' and it will take considerable time for
While his team drubbed Minne- him to get back into playing condi-
sota, 60-13 Saturday, Capt. Bill tion after he recuperates.
Hapac, stellar Illinois forward, set If the foregoing injury "ifs" per-
a Big Ten scoring record with 34 taining to Pink and Rae come out in
points. His 13 field goals and favor of the Wolverines, then the big-
eight foul shots topped the mark gest if of them all lies ahead, and
of 30 set in 1939 by Indiana's Ernie that is that Michigan win its six re-
Andres. maining Conference tilts while Pur-
due and Indiana lose at least two
lub just didn't have it. Bennie says more and Illinois one more.
hat the team that lost to Illinois Clean Sweep Needed
ould have beaten Indiana-but it This would only give Oosterbaan's
asn't the same team. And he add- quintet a tie with these teams for
d that for the first time this year he the top rung, and it would require
was surprised at the lack of spirit an additional loss for each of these
and drive the team showed.
The question that now faces the
uintet is whether or not it can come
ack against Chicago on Saturday
rnd Purdue on Monday.' We asked F A S T ...
3osterbaan if he thought the team
ould and he replied "we'll beat Pur- this teakettle
ue." We asked him if that was
Lotable and he nodded his head and saves you ti
aid, "Yes, we'll beat Purdue." From
1 this we inferred that he thought
hat we'd beat Purdue.
Now that Purdue was taken care'of
'e asked him about Chicago. Surely
Purdue, leading the league, was in This new electric teakettle
he bag, then the cellar occupants is the fastest teakettle
houldn't offer much trouble. But available today -its spe-
)osterbaan shocked us again. "I cial high-speed element
on't know how we'll do against Chi- heats nearly a GALLON
ago. Charlie Pink might not be of water in a few minutes.
ble to play and we'll have trouble Simply plug into the near-
est electric outlet. $4.95 at
;tting keyed up again. No, I hope any Detroit Edison office.
e can get by Chicago."
That started us again. What
would happen if we lost to Chi-
naarn? Thn ~nwrw~ wo

nIces Depend
Long Shot Ifs'
teams and a clean sweep for the
Wolverines to take an undisputed
title.
When all this is added up the con-
clusion is that it is possible for Mich-
igan to tie or even more remotely
possible that the Wolverines lead the
Big Ten pack outright, but even the
most optimistic basketball expert
won't venture to make such a bold
prediction. The answer is it's pos-
sible (on paper at least), but in
reality, very highly improbable.
Meet Illinois Again
Michigan still stands a very good
chance of pushing Illinois out of
the third place spot, since it meets
the latter once more before the sea-
son closes, but regardless of where
it finishes, Michigan's "fighting
midgets" will give the fans a real
show whenever they take the floor.
The Wolverines are in a perfect
spot to make life misearble for Pur-
due, Illinois, and the other contend-
ers since from now on they have
everything to win and nothing to
lose. That means the pressure is off,
and anything can happen from this
point to the finish line.
Iill Watson Is Invited
To National AA U Meet
Bill Watson, who captained Michi-
gan's track team last year and for
three years was the best all-around
track man in the country, has been
invited to participate in the National
AAU's in New York, Feb. 24, it was
announced yesterday.
Watson has been working in De-
troit, but returned to school recently,
and is planning to get in shape for
the Pan-American Games which will
be held next summer.
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-ar Jun-won by Jester, fested itseuf in the slogan that the
Mich.; second, Hogan, Mich; third, players kept repeating to themselves b
Kautz, Mich.; fourth, Grindle, Mich. "we're as good as we are." a
Normal. Time: 1:58.5. But the year rolled along and sur- C
Pole Vault-Cushing and Decker, prisingly enough-to the team, the c
Mich.; tied for first: Stein, Mich. spectators and even the coach-the d
Normal, and Hawrylciw, Mich. State victories began to pile up. And with
tied for third. Height 12 ft., 8 in. every win the club began to lose this q
65-Yard Low Hurdles-Won by sense of surprise when it scored a sf
Kelley, Mich; second, Hall, Mich.; basket and began to feel that it was a:
third, Arrington, Mich. State.; fourth, only right that it should win. The t
Paris, Mich. Normal. Time: :07.3. edge began to wear off.
(Equals meet record set by Lamb. According to Bennie Ooster- w
Michigan 1934). baan it wasn't so apparent in the if
Broad Jump: Won by Arrington, Northwestern game What hap- t
Mich. State; second, Carl Culver, pened there was that no one s
Mich.; third, Ryan, Mich. State; could hit on longshots and the C
fourth, Keesler, Mich. State. Dis- coildcat defense simply clustered d
tance 22 ft., 11% in. around Jim Rae. That took care C
Mile Relay-Won by Michigan of the offense. a
(Leutritz, Balyeat, Kelley, Breiden- og
bach); second, Michigan State; third, But the dull edge began to mani- w
Mich. Normal. Time: 3:24.5. fest itself in the Indiana game. The
Wrestler Combs Evens Count
With .Old Man Eli cibility' Again
m
By GENE GRIBBROEK the fold this season brought a change a
This is the story of a wrestler with in the lineup which now has Bill
a jinx. The wrestler concerned is scheduled for the 145-pound berth.w
Bill Combs, who, it is generally ad; Combs intends to take his new status d
mitted, is a better than even bet to in stride, beginning Saturday in the t
lick any man his size on the mat. Penn State meet against the Eastern
Twice every year, however, Bill is Collegiate champion, Joe Scalzo. The
tossed in with another type of oppon- necessity of taking off weight and his
ent, and this is where the jinx ap- lack of conditioning fail to worry R
pears. The foe that causes Bill so the speedy Oklahoma boy. If Scalzo
much trouble is the Old Man of the gets nasty, "I'll have to slicker him,"
Dean's Office, Eligibility. In four he says.
encounters with the Old Man, Bill got Saturday's match will serve to show
no better than an even break. whether or not Combs is in shape,
Combs Evens Count but regardless of condition this abil-
The first bout Bill lost to the Old ity to "slicker" his man by his speed
Man kept him out of competition dur- and cleverness gives him the drop
ing the fall semester of last year, as a on the majority of his opponents. The
sophomore. - He evened the count last Conference and National titles are
February, however, and made up for well within the realm of possibility
lost time by sweeping through four for Bill Combs.
successive dual meets with as many With a win over the Old Man un-
victories, taking second place in the der his belt, the rest ought to be a
Conference Meet, and finishing by breeze.
bowing in the semi-finals of the Na- -________________
tional Collegiate Meet before Stanley
Henson, of Oklahoma A and M, who
went on to take the 155-pound title.
But the Old Man had been lurk-
ing in the background, and stepped
out to put Bill on the sidelines again
last June. Bill repeated his previ-
ous mid-year performance last week,
however, and, with the Old Man licked D rink M c
once more, he returned to action with
a decision victory over Benny Riggs,
Michigan State 155-pounder.
Lineup Is Changed
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agu i e answer was wt
beat Purdue anyhow."
Okay Bennie, it's all right wit
While on basketball ills, Bill H
nann was added to the injured
nd is probably out for the res
he season and it all happened
ay. In cold weather liquid
enses on the floor of the court
he wet spots are invisable. H
nann slipped on ,one of these s
nd now he's through.
It could very well have been
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